June Wang

Organizational Learning Officer

June joined the Hewlett Foundation in 2008, and currently serves as the Organizational Learning Officer. In this role, she leads efforts to ensure a vibrant learning culture within the Foundation.  This entails three main areas of work: creating structures for learning on issues that cut across the Foundation’s programs, supporting the effective use of monitoring data, and providing orientation and training for grantmakers.  She also manages the PropelNext partnership with Edna McConnell Clark, which helps promising nonprofits boost their impact on young people’s lives.

Prior to this role, she held positions in Grants Administration and Knowledge Management at the Foundation, where she spearheaded grants data analysis efforts, supported the rollout of related technology systems, and initiated cross-foundation collaboration to share data.  Before joining the Hewlett Foundation, June worked as a management consultant at Technical Development Corporation (TDC) in Boston, where she led strategic planning efforts for nonprofit organizations and conducted community needs assessments and research.  While at TDC, she staffed the Boston After-School for All Partnership’s School Sites Initiative, a public-private partnership that significantly expanded out-of-school time opportunities.  June has also worked as a management consultant in the financial services and beverage industries, interned in the finance and operations department at Oxfam America, designed and implemented monitoring processes for Hasbro’s corporate social responsibility department, and volunteered as a teacher on an international hospital ship in Sierra Leone and the Gambia.

She completed her M.B.A. at the International Business School of Brandeis University and received her B.A. from Williams College in Asian Studies and History.  A native Californian, she speaks Mandarin Chinese fluently and dabbles in French, Japanese, and Spanish.